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Thanks. I just placed my order for a new PC here at home (Micron 600MHz w/19" monitor, Win98), so when it arrives the first thing I'll do is go through the color management stuff from scratch. I have Real World Photoshop 4, a great reference, guess I need to upgrade my books too! Dave King wrote: > And if you find you want to move into desktop printing on a serious level, > consider upgrading the imaging workstation computer to a Win 2000 box (when > they become available), or a Mac. I use a Dell PIII 500 with 512 megs ram, > 22 gig HD, built in CD burner, and 19" Triniton Dell monitor which I > plunked down $3300 for about 6 months ago, this after fooling around with a > laptop with Win 95 and an Epson 600 for about a year. Macs have a more > mature color management system, but windows boxes can be made to work, and > Win 2000 is by all reports better than 98. You may run into frustrating > limits with 95, particulary if you want real color management in your system. - Turn off HTML mail features. Keep quoted material short. Use accurate subject lines. http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions.